BSc (Hons) Applied Computing | UWTSD London Campus

Applied Computing covers a wide range of computing topics whilst still delivering the core essential computing modules.

Course details

The enormous growth of the Internet, the proliferation of computer networks, programmable devices and information systems in various forms and the highly accelerated rate of change ensures a continuing requirement for employees with contemporary computing related skills and qualifications.
  • University name: University of Wales Trinity Saint David
  • Intake: October, February, June
  • Course fee: £9,000 per year
  • Location: London/ Birmingham/ Swansea
  • Mode of study: Daytime: 2 day campus weekday
  • Course length: 1 year

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Course overview

The Internet, in particular, is a major technological revolution that is having and will continue to have an enormous impact on society. The radical, transformational change that has been observed in the arena of computing and organisations’ dependence on technology for competitive advantage are compelling reasons to incorporate new ideas, paradigms and technologies into computing related programmes.

In the first year, you will study a broad range of subjects common to several courses within the Computing Portfolio. These provide the underpinning required for later years.  In the final year, you will undertake a major project which provides a focus for your studies.


Entry requirements

A wide range of international qualifications which are equivalent to two A-Level passes, including International Baccalaureate and European Baccalaureate are recognised. The University will normally accept students who have completed a recognised International Foundation Programme, for example, those offered by UK Further Education Colleges, Universities, and Colleges of Higher Education.

English language proficiency at or exceeding an average IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent in any other approved test), with no score less than 5.5 in any components of the test.


Our graduates have excellent employment prospects in the computing, teaching, lecturing and ICT industry, as well as in other areas of the economy. Recent statistics show that the vast majority are following their chosen career paths within six months of graduating.

Graduates would seek positions in application development, business systems analysis, database development and administration, information systems consultancy and management, etc.


This Framework aims to develop your professional skills and competence alongside your academic subject knowledge. You’ll study up to 40 credits per level throughout your programme from the Graduate Attributes Framework.

The Graduate Attribute modules are designed to enable you to develop, and evidence, a range of career-focused skills related to your subject area. These skills include digital competency, research and project management, as well as such personal competencies as communication, creativity, self-reflection, resilience and problem-solving.

  • Data Analysis and Visualisation (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Learning in the Digital Era (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Networks and Cyber Security Essentials (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Software Development  (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Computer Architecture and Operating Systems  (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Introduction to Web and Database Concepts  (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Changemakers: Creativity and Value Creation (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Data Security and Compliance (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Network Operating Systems and Services (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Software Engineering Principles and Testing (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Web and Mobile Technologies (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Databases and Application Development (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Advance Cyber Security (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Emerging Trends (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Data Warehousing and Data Mining (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Usability Engineering (20 credits; compulsory)
  • Independent Project (40 credits; compulsory)